Maths Week was held between the 13th and 21st of October. The whole school were involved in various activities during the week.
This year we focused on using our ‘Maths Eyes’ and encouraged the pupils to find maths in our environment. Thank you to parents for the huge effort they made. We were sent in great photos and the pupils enjoyed looking at the display all week. We are going to keep our ‘Maths Eyes’ working so please feel free to send in photos anytime to add to our already extensive display.
We also learned a lot about each other during Maths Week, as each class created a data chart on which they recorded a variety of their favourite things, these included toys, fruit, shapes, Halloween characters and many other topics.
Other activities included putting their problem solving caps on each day to solve the ‘Problem of the Day’, using their estimation skills to guess the amount of ‘Pastas in the Jar’, as well as going on a Maths Hunt around the school.
It was great to see such interest and enthusiasm with regard to maths. Let’s keep our Maths Eyes open and remember that maths is everywhere. 👀